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So which test subject ran to answer the call?

According to my professor, the person calling for assistance is more likely to receive it if a smaller number of people are around.

Why?

The way she explained it is that with a smaller group of people, there is a greater sense of urgency when an emergency situation occurs.

This is how I like to think of Ruston. When someone is in need Ruston’s small-townedness pulls through every time.

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